MOSAiC Implementation Workshop - November 13th - 16th 2017 in St. Petersburg
download the preliminary agenda
download the venue and hotel information
download instructions to apply for a visa to Russia
download personal data form for a invitation to Russia
Agenda MOSAiC Workshop (April 4th and 5th) in Prague
BBC News (audio broadcast)
Prof. Markus Rex talking about MOSAiC: "Ice-locked ship to drift over North Pole",
BBC World News (audio broadcast)
Dr. Marcel Nicolaus talking about MOSAiC: "Why scientists want their boat to get stuck in Arctic ice",play...
Was Klimaforscher mit der Polarstern vorhaben
Helmholtz Gemeinschaft: Prof. Markus Rex über MOSAiC: Abenteuer im Eis - Was Klimaforscher mit der Polarstern vorhaben
(in german only)
MOSAiC was introduced at the press breakfast
on February 18th in Boston during the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
White House Arctic Science Ministerial
On 28 September, 2016 Science ministers from across the globe will gather in Washington, DC, for the first-ever White House Arctic Science Ministerial.
EU-PolarNet Townhall Event, Bruxelles, 27. September 2016
YOPP planning meeting
September 5th to September 9th: The YOPP planning meeting of Arctic Observation and Modelling takes place at the ECMWF in Reading, UK. MOSAiC is presented as a contributing project to YOPP
Meeting with BMBF
On 6 July, the EC contribution to MOSAiC has been discussed
AWI Lenkungsauschuss Meeting
took place on 5 July 2016 in Bremerhaven
MOSAiC Science Plan
The MOSAiC Science Plan
is available for download. This plan has been developed by the MOSAiC Science Plan writing team during 2013-2016 and lays out the scientific vision and design of the MOSAiC initiative.
Information on Implementation details released in March 2016. Find information here.
MOSAiC taking shape!
> The Alfred Wegener Institute
has announced that it will provide the
as the drifting icebreaker for MOSAiC! This is great news for the MOSAiC research community as Polarstern is a world-class research icebreaker that will serve as an ample platform for coupled-system science.
> The U.S. Department of Energy Atmospheric Radiation Measurement
Program has agreed to provide one of its Mobile Facilities (AMF2) for MOSAiC. This facility includes state-of-the-art,
ground-based atmospheric remote and in situ sensors for observing clouds, atmospheric thermodynamic and kinematic profiles,
surface fluxes, aerosol properties, and more. Read more here.